Administration's record...

Charlie Darling csdarling at SNET.NET
Fri Feb 9 05:52:56 MST 2001


"Foreign experience? Ah've been in De Nile for years!"

Democrats Dismiss Clinton-Gore Rift
by WILL LESTER
Associated Press Writer


WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats dismiss the importance of a postelection rift
between former President Clinton and the party's presidential nominee, Al
Gore, saying now is not the time to fix blame on why Democrats lost the
White House.
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Referring to a recent debate over the Gore campaign's strategy, Bayh said
Democrats shouldn't choose between attracting base supporters -- women,
minorities and labor -- or going after independents and suburbanites.

''You have to both energize the base and reach out to independent and
undecided voters,'' said Bayh, the first-term Indiana senator who was
mentioned last summer as a possible Gore running mate.

Bayh played down the significance of a report that former President Clinton
and Gore clashed in a private meeting over the causes of Gore's election
defeat in November. Gore was reportedly unhappy over the public displeasure
with Clinton after his sex scandal, The Washington Post reported, and
Clinton countered that Gore should have run more aggressively on the
administration's record.
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BILL STILL DOESN'T GET IT -  THAT IS THE ADMINISTRATION'S RECORD!
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Gore aides say there were clearly tensions between Gore and Clinton, though
they were more professional than personal.
...SNIP-THE-REST!!!



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